I am often asked questions regarding how I find time to accomplish all that I do, and here recently I’ve take on more. Virtual Assistant Amanda Long, recently asked me to sign on as a writing contributer to Time Saving Mom, her newest blog baby. I met Amanda almost a year and a half ago when I first began blogging and I’ve really watched her fall into her element! She is a fantastic mom, amazing woman, and successful entrepreneuer. I am honored to write for her. My first article with her discusses exactly what I’m asked about on almost a daily basis: how I accomplish all that I do every single day of the year and how to find time and be empowered.
How to Find Time
I want to invite you to check out Amanda’s new site and explore how I find my time every day to accomplish all that I do. Time rarely hinders me, and often empowers me, and it is a very beautiful skill to posses. But before you can claim to be empowered by time, you have to learn where yours is going and how it got there.
Logging anything can be a pain. Employees log their hours at work. Dieters log their calorie intake. Moms log anything from medicine times to allergies to wet diapers and more. I even still log how many ounces of milk my nineteen-month-old eats day to day and how many minutes he can stand. All of these logs are written for one reason: to provide information. I have a lot of experience with logging day to day life. So why doesn’t one think to log their day-to-day time? Almost all moms wish for more time at some point in their lives. Almost all entrepreneurs wonder how they can attain more time. In order to get more time to do more things, we must log our time to learn what we are doing with the time we have.